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Noted scholar and author Professor Usman Ali Khan has passed away

Noted scholar and author Professor Usman Ali Khan has passed away

Islamabad/Gilgit: Gilgit-Baltistan’s prominent scholar and author, Professor Usman Ali Khan, has passed away at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Rawalpindi. He was 83 years old. Professor Usman wrote some of the most important books on the history and society of Gilgit-Baltistan. Some of his books are: Karakuram Kay Qabail (The Tribes...

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NOMUS held a career guidance session for students in Hunza

NOMUS held a career guidance session for students in Hunza

Gilgit, September 20: Education and Career Planning have an important linkage in studentship for many years in Pakistan, and the irony of it continues as witnessed in the 21st century. Students in developing countries like Pakistan struggle in making connection between personal interests, selection of the right curriculum matching their...

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GECA organized two-day cultural event in Rawalpindi

GECA organized two-day cultural event in Rawalpindi

Photographs: Javed Karim Islamabad, January 20: Gojal Educational and Cultural Association (GECA) organized a two-day cultural event for people based in the twin cities. The event was attended by men and women in large numbers. Dance, music, skits and different other cultural and educational items were performed during the two-day...

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Darvesh Karim’s book on IT integration in Education published

Darvesh Karim’s book on IT integration in Education published

Darvesh Karim, a renowned teacher hailing from Hunza valley in Gilgit – Baltistan region, has penned down a book on effective integration of IT in the process of learning. The book has been published by Lambart Academic Publishing. The publishers have described the book in the following words. “Attitudes play...

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GB Professors and Lecturers present charter of demands

GB Professors and Lecturers present charter of demands

Gilgit, March 22 (PR): The Gilgit – Baltistan Professors and Lecturers Association (GBPLA) has presented a charter of demands to government, seeking better opportunities and promotions. They have threatened to start protest from March 25 if their demands were not met. According a press statement, the PLA has listed down...

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